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July 13, 2018
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RETIREMENT AT D-4 STATION On July 6, Boston Police Commissioner William Evans stopped by District D-4 (South End) to salute and say goodbye to two really good guys, 38-year-veteran Det. John Joyce and 36-year-veteran Det. Kevin McGill, who both called it a career after protecting and serving the citizens of Boston for well over...
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July 7, 2018
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SOUTH END DATES On July 11, a major meeting for the Harrison/Albany Corridor traffic concerns/updates will be held at the AC Hotel in Ink Block from 6-8 p.m. The meeting is seen as a comprehensive look at the many concerns for traffic on the corridor. BACK BAY HAPPENINGS The Friends of the Public Garden...
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June 28, 2018
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2018 BOSTON POPS FIREWORKS SPECTACULAR GUEST ARTISTS Pop singer Rachel Platten will headline this year’s Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular concerts at the Hatch Shell on the Charles River Esplanade. The concert will also feature artists Rhiannon Giddens from the Carolina Chocolate Drops and Amy Ray and Emily Saliers of the Indigo Girls, a folk-rock...
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June 21, 2018
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BARANOWSKI TO EXHIBIT AT CAMBRIDGE TRUST Cambridge Trust announced that its Boston South End office located at 565 Tremont St. will showcase “Water Works,” a collection of oil/cold encaustic paintings by Boston resident and fine artist Walter Baranowski, as part of its ongoing commitment to support and celebrate the cultural and economic importance of...
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June 12, 2018
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BOSTON PRIDE PARADE & EVENTS The 48th annual Boston Pride Parade will take place on Saturday, June 9, with step-off at noon from Copley Square. The route starts on Boylston Street and Clarendon Street, turns right onto Clarendon St, left onto Tremont St, left on Berekeley St, right onto Boylston St., left onto Charles...
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May 25, 2018
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VOTE ON SHORT-TERM RENTALS POSTPONED New rules regulating short-term rentals in Boston have been put on hold until their next hearing on June 6. The City Council was set to vote at the hearing this past Wednesday, May 23, but after not being able to find common ground after a working group session on...
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May 17, 2018
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HARRY O’S EXPECTED TO CLOSE According to Boston Restaurant Talk, it appears the longtime pizzeria and sub shop Harry O’s in the South End is closing down, as its building is slated for redevelopment. A note sent by Patrick Maguire of Maguire Promotions & Hospitality Consulting, stated that Harry O’s on Washington Street will...
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May 11, 2018
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NEW GUIDELINES ESTABLISHED FOR SHORT-TERM RENTALS On Wednesday, May 9, Mayor Martin Walsh announced an amended citywide ordinance establishing guidelines and regulations to better track and regulate short-term rentals. The ordinance takes a three-tiered approach to classifying short-term rentals: Limited Share Unit – consists of a private bedroom or shared space in the owner-operator’s...
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May 4, 2018
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REBUILDING LONG ISLAND BRIDGE Mayor Martin Walsh announced on Wednesday April 2, that the City filed a notice of intent for the rebuilding of Long Island Bridge with the Boston Conservation Commission, taking another step forward in Boston’s plans to create a long-term recovery campus on the island. This filing builds on the Walsh...
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April 20, 2018
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AIRBNB TAKES ON MICHELLE WU An anti-regulation campaign for the short-term rental business in Boston came up short after it sent out an e-mail urging residents to spam At-Large City Councilor Michelle Wu’s inbox with opposition against suggested new regulations. Shortly afterwards, critics took on the e-mail blast saying it stated untrue facts and...
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